Feature Hiking Destination
Mount Kinabalu, standing at 4095.2 metre, is the highest challenge in Borneo. Despite being the highest, no climbing experience is required to conquer the peak of Borneo if you take the main route to the summit. Experience the temperature drop gradually as you scale up the mountain. This makes it more challenging. Behold the sunrise at the top the mountain.
Mount Kinabalu Via Ferrata
Walk the Torq is Asia’s first VIA Ferrata climb and also the World’s highest. Via Ferrata refers to a series of metal rails, ladders, and bridges that are firmly secured to the rock face of a mountain. Participants will make their way through this mountain path with safety attachments. It is a 2–3 hour leisure climb and is easy for beginners. It offers fantastic views of the dramatic mountain vistas and clouds.
Famed for its’ great beauty and eerie isolation, Rinjani is the third highest mountain in Indonesia. At 3726m, Rinjani is even higher than Java’s Gunung Semeru, though well under the snow capped mountains of Irian Jaya. Its name comes from an old Chinese word meaning “place where child was born.” Shrouded in mists throughout most of the day, the enormous crater of this semi-active volcano is nearly filled with the bright emerald-green water of Lake Segara Anak.
Mount Fansipan (Phan Xi Păng) is located in Sapa, a town in the Lao Cai province in Northern Vietnam. Fansipan is often dubbed ‘the Roof of Indochina’ as it is the highest peak in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia at a height of 3,143m.
Poon Hill Ghorepani
Ghorepani means "horse water''. Enjoy trekking in the spectacular mountain scenery through charming villages inhabited by the Gurungs, dense rhododendron forests full of birds and deep sub-tropical valleys, all set below the Annapurna with the picturesque fluted peak of Machhapuchhare dominating the skyline
Annapurna Base Camp
The Annapurna Base Camp Trek has a stunning route that follows the Modikhola (River) Valley up to the Annapurna South base camp. The base camp is located in a beautiful natural bowl formed by a ring of eight 7000+ Himalayan peaks. As the trek progresses, it passes through a huge variety of landscapes as the altitude increases until the glaciers of the Himalaya are reached at the sanctuary.
Everest Base Camp
Mount Everest Base Camp has been a popular destination for trekkers since the very first expeditions to the Nepalese side of Everest in the 1953. To reach this part of the Himalaya within a limited time, we have designed this two weeks trek to Everest Base Camp which runs directly to and from Lukla (The Gateway to Everest).